[rfc-i] Some questions about the RFC Editor restructuring plan
braden at ISI.EDU
Thu Aug 7 15:25:31 PDT 2008
*> From then on, the author(s) interact with the production part of the
*> process. For each journal, that tends to be one person, so that
*> there's a fair amount of consistency. Typically, they get a "proof"
*> back from the production side and can then mark it up, kind of like
*> AUTH48. Unlike during AUTH48, associate editors don't worry so much
*> about authors "sneaking in" changes...
Do the markups go back to the authors to make corrections, or ...?
AUTH48 happens generally after a good deal of editing for English
grammar, consistency, etc. Maybe the articles that make it to the
copy editors are more consistently well formed than the average
*> On Aug 7, 2008, at 4:52 PM, Bob Braden wrote:
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